Hope To Be Back Real Soon

Sorry I’ve been off the reservation the last few weeks. With all the crazy going on in the world I found myself, like everyone, searching the aisles for loo roll and chicken! A wolf needs his tasty feathered friends YUM YUM! and of course the ability to clean up after he gone and done doo-doo!

Looking more and more likely I will be having more time than I could of ever imagined with a pending lock-down more than likely coming here to! Hopefully we can all stay safe and eventually the world will join together and open a MF can of whoop-ass on this pesky bumbaclot virus and send it packing.

Anyhow please except my apologises for not replying to comments and catching up on your good selves fine movie posts. I will be on it soon and look forward to getting back in the swing of my own reviews myself too.

I do so hope you and your family and friends are all well and safe.

See you in the WP feeds soon.

All the best and big love

Mikey

Outstanding Selection Of Rare Movie Gems In The Flick Vault

Blind corner poster 1964 brittish thriller drama Man in the dark film

Stumbled across this marvelous YouTube channel called Flick Vault – Full HD Movies last month. Was looking for something short to watch, something perfect for a work night. Out jumped a guy in shades in a film called Blind Corner. Apart from finding out it was also known as Man In The Dark,  I went in “blind” so to speak. One hour twenty minutes later I couldn’t believe how well written that little film was. A really perfect thriller. Ok! it does fill in some time with a ballad crooner called Ronnie Carroll singing during a few varied intervals. However, the drama was tightly written and comes highly recommended. Continue reading

A Matter of Life and Death (1946) Well I Thought It Was But It Wasn’t Really

A Matter of Life and Death (1946) The Criterion Collection Blu-ray artwork DVD

There I was in my teenage years lying on the back room sofa all alone drifting in and out of consciousness. Not only had I caught glandular fever but the doctor, in his wisdom, had prescripted the wrong antibiotics. The mix up had caused my whole body to breakout in a rash. It looked like scarlet fever and I was beside myself! In between the crazy itching and bouts of fever sweats I’d become drowsy from all the medication.  I was hallucinating. There I was making my way up the Stairway to Heaven! Continue reading

What To Expect This Year. A little Delve Into The Notebook

Wolfman sleeping on a Hastings Beach shelter art deco

After falling asleep on a bench, I stagger home. Science fiction mission completed. Shaking the space dust from my fur as I pack my trusty spacesuit away. Clamber into my hammock with a giant glass of Long Island Iced Tea. Yep, it’s got an umbrella and a slice of lemon. Dressing gown and slippers, check! Time to chill. I grab the notepad off the sideboard. OK let’s look at this years “to watch list!”  It’s monstrous. Haha Continue reading

What’s Your Best Robots From Film and Television? The Family Of Wolf Answers

Robots might not quite be here yet but it’s getting close. All through our lives the medium of film and television has tempted us with visions of the future. Whether these mechanical friends help us in our everyday lives or plot to destroy us in some devious fashion. Some are heroes, others turn evil. Keeping us company or terrorising us as we cower behind the sofa. Robots are beloved and always part of popular culture.

I decided to ask my family which are their most favourite robot. Which robot comes to mind when asked that question. We are putting android, cyborg and robot in the same category. I put this question to Mrs Louise Wolf and our two wolf cubs (young adults) Nyah and Kofi. We all decided that it was impossible to put them in a ranked list so the following are just ones we love equally for different reasons in no particular order. Feel free to join in if you wish.

Mikey Wolf’s Favorite Robots. Continue reading

Wolfman’s Mellow Science Fiction Space Travel Mix – Music For The Stars

wolfman science fiction movie blog-2

Well flying through the galaxies needs a soundtrack. As I blast off ready to explore the universe you are welcome to join me as we watch distant comets transcend through the Milky Way. Drift through interstellar clouds of nebula’s and wonder at the growing supernova of Betelgeuse. Imagining watching C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate through Roy Batty’s eyes. Shooting through meteorite storms as we discuss extraterrestrial life, the human evolution path, existentialism and the possible outcomes of artificial intelligence and pondering thoughtfully on time travel.

We dream together through the stars.

Wolfman’s Mellow Science Fiction Space Travel Mix

Alan Hawkshaw – Saturn Rings (Frontiers In Space)
Moggi – Apocalisse Atomica (Omaggio Ad Einstein)
John Hyde – Chocky TV Series Theme
The Astral Dimension – Galassia M81 (Galassia M81)
Space Craft’s Men – Immersion (Adventures)
James Asher – Telecom (Commerce)
Roger Roger – Dreamland (Melodies with a Beat)
John Cameron – 1990 TV Series Theme
Space Craft’s Men – Crossing (Adventures)
Alan Hawkshaw – Wave Forms (Terrestrial Journey)
Serge Bulot – Euryale (Les Légendes De Brocéliande)
Gianni Sposito – Asteroidi (Cosmo Graffiti)
Alan Hawkshaw – Space Panorama (Terrestrial Journey)
Star Inc – Pebbles In The Pond (Inner Spirits)
Robert Ashley – Flying Saucer Dialogue (Music From Mills)

It’s a wonderful 45 minutes of chilled, laid-back science fiction sounding electronic music. Hope you enjoy if it’s your thing. Happy vibes Mikey Wolf

PS if you fancy more sounds, here’s a few past mixes.

Wolfman’s Science Fiction Soundtrack Music Compilation

We Travel The Spaceways

Pull My Cracker! Hope You Have A Most Excellent Christmas & A Fantastic 2019

Pull my cracker Wolfman festive christmas photo

Christmas is upon us. I’ve always preferred the eve to the day, just feels more mellow and chilled. A couple of drinks on the go and the hand keeps reaching for the snack bowls. Perfect time for a movie or two before the big day comes. A christmas eve roast is cooking, the Bushmills Irish Whiskey is a flowing. A Miracle on 34th Street (1947) is cued up ready for watching later. Christmas is here. Continue reading